The best gun range in Texas. Extremely helpful and friendly staff, very clean and well-maintained range and property, and a superlative selection of handguns, rifles, shotguns, and accessories. Can't say enough good things about DFW Gun Range. A+++ will be back in the future.
10201 Plano Rd Ste 103Dallas, TX 75238
I would highly recommend for your CHL course.
5001 Spring Valley Road Suite 400 EastDallas, TX 75244
From Business: Elite Handgun Academy, Inc. headquartered in North Dallas, and serving the needs of the North Texas community, was created with a commitment to one basic concept …
23. Eagle Gun Range
491 Valley Ridge BlvdLewisville, TX 75057
This is a first rate indoor range. all of their employees are knowledgeable and helpful. I recommend this indoor range to anyone reading this and …
5761 W Highway 287Midlothian, TX 76065
Excellent gun range. The staff is friendly and very helpful. I had never shot a gun before and the staff took the time to not only show me how to st…
This place is a hidden gem in Dallas. I go here with me son and son in law. It is pretty small and pricey, but cannot expect different in the middle of Dallas
This is a very nice out door shooting range with plenty of pistol ranges, along with 50 & 100 yard rifle ranges. In my experience the staff has been pleasant and knowledgable and range safety is one of their strong points.Highly recommend.
Today, I checked out DFW Gun range off Mockingbird. It’s down near Love Field. It was pretty busy for this time of week/day. Clean, good lighting, friendly service. 18 lanes. The guy next to me was shooting a 12 gauge with his girl friend and she hadn’t shot before. The concussion was so great I had to step back past the line and wait between shots. A group of kids were shooting an Uzi on Lane 1. You can rent one there for $50. In fact, they’ve got a wide array of guns you can rent, to include AK47s. Their retail shop sells Glock, HK, Sig, Springfield, Kahr, Colt and Kimber handguns. I didn’t check out the rifles or shotguns. It cost me $22 and I used only one target. For members it’s $8 plus the annual fee of $175. So if you shoot 13 times a year it pays for itself. I arrived when it opened at 10 AM and yet it was hard to get a parking space! And of course as my luck would have it, I ran into a panhandler on the way out. It is a 14 mi. trip for me, one way. I go straight down Westmoreland. No expressways. My overall assessment: I’ll probably shoot there again, but I’m still looking for a range to supplement Duncanville’s Bullseye. I will keep the Bullseye membership because it’s convenient; being only ½ mile away and I can run over there to blow off steam anytime I want. I need that. I thank you.